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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Lamar Tyler Webisode The Gatekeepers Are Gone:The Passion Principle

In webisode 2 of the second season Lamar Tyler explains the "Passion Principle."

Lamar breaks down his strategy of following your Passion to find your Purpose and how to translate that to Profit. All of this is done in the same straightforward, no nonsense, hip hop driven manner that made the first season a web sensation.

"The Gatekeepers Are Gone" is another original web series from production house Tyler New Media based out of Atlanta, GA.   Hosted by Lamar Tyler the weekly webisode focuses on the power of blogging, social media and personal development.  The Webisodes push viewers to take their blogs, their business and their brands to the next level in 2011.

Send questions, comments and topics to Lamar via twitter @lamartyler

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Impressions of the NYTimes Small Business Summit from Ramon Ray, Small Biz Tech Tours

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Monday, August 8, 2011

Watch Lamar Tyler in the Gatekeepers Are Gone

How to Boost YOUR Brand With Live Blogging

Stand out with live blogging.

The best way to etch out a following in today’s crowded blogosphere is to be ahead of the curve. Twitter has its superstars (that include real celebrities), as does Facebook. If you want to get your brand noticed, live blogging may be for you, advises Marcie Hill, owner of the Write Design Company. Write Design provides blogging, live blogging, social media services and training for companies of all sizes.

Much like Twitter, live blogging allows users to provide instant updates with text, photos and videos, but without the word-count restriction. Some consider live blogging to be more exciting than traditional blogging because of the instant-coverage factor, Hill says.

“The difference between live blogging and traditional blogging is that the traditional blogging model is blog now and publish later,” she states. “Live blogging is telling things as they occur. The benefits are you’re able to share information quickly and that comes in handy when you’re covering an event.”

According to Hill, there are four popular live-blogging applications available: Cover it Live, GSnap, Scribble Live and a WordPress Plug-in. However, she prefers the Cover it Live application because of its ease.

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